Art and Materials Conservation
About Art and Materials Conservation
The BA program in Art and Materials Conservation was developed observing the American Institute for Conservation guidelines and offers students intense training in chemistry, materials science, studio art, and the humanities, as well as a year of study and hands-on practice at the Lorenzo de' Medici Italian International Institute in Florence, Italy. Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared for graduate study or for work in the field. They will have gained a solid foundation in the philosophy and ethics of art conservation and preservation. Further, students will have gained a deep understanding of the scientific basis of art and materials conservation.
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Recommended First-Semester Classes
We recommend you try to take the following class in your first semester as an Arts and Materials Conservation major:
- 56-1224 Chemistry of Art and Color